Calibration - Thin Wall

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Calibration - Thin Wall by Laky Sep 13, 2012
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Test thin wall capabilities of your printer.

It slices without problems under RepG/Skeinforge 50. (Default profile, Shells: 0)

The walls in millimeter are:
First row:
0.05, 0.1, 0.15, 0.2, 0.25, ... 0.95, 1.00

Second row:
1.1, 1.2, ... 2.9, 3.0

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I got this strange result when printed using Medium settings in Makerware slicer:


'it slices without problems' is a bit hollow if you don't include the profile settings you used for this problemless slicing.

With SF dead in the water/abandoned, you're crazy anyway to subject yourself to its user-hostile interface. Try Cura instead, you will like it.

Thanks for the commen, I have added a little extra info.

Well, Cura does not work out of the box, with MakerBot Replicator, which I'm using, and many people, like me, do not want to mess with the settings of Cure, risking the printer, SkeinForge is still a good choice for slicing.
If you know, however a good page where we can find working step by step i
nstructions for Cura and Replicator, please share with us.

Thank you.